1906 - ?
The actress Hilde Jennings got ballett lesson as a young girl and in later years she joined a Russian ballett group. It followed tours through Europe and North Africa.
Finally she was engaged at the Staatsoper Berlin.
She made her film debut in 1924 with "Die Brigantin von New York" (24)
and could assert herself in this medium as well.
In the last years of the silent movie era - before the sound film produced a technical and artistic revolution - she took part in "Moral" (28), "Der erste Kuss" (28), "Die Rothausgasse" (28) and "Indizienbeweis" (29).
With her only German sound film "Sei gegrüsst, du mein schönes
Sorrent" (30) she left Germany and went to the Sovjet Union together with
her husband and director Mikhail Dubson. There she took part in two more
movies - "Vesenniye dni" (34) und "Bolshie krylya" (37).
Other movies with Hilde Jennings: